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of jobs at the state and local level, but jonas, what do you think it means for the labor market? >> i think for the the labor markets, if you define success as a low unemployment rate, the government actually can deliver that in some cases and i don't think it is a good measure of success. we are going to come back and four years, now that unemployment is 6% then big government works well. that's not a conclusion you should draw. if you look at japanese they've been running some sort of fiscal stimulus for 20 years now and unemployment rate under 5%, but a terrible economy and a terrible stock market. so, you want a natural unemployment rate to grow not with artificial constant perpetual government deficit spending and again, i think your our government can lower it over the next four years, that's not necessarily good for the country and the economy and the stock market. >> gary b. the question, does government drop and they grow or the private sector grow and where you get the true growth for the the economy? >> exactly, brenda, yeah, you showed in the graphic as we opened up the se
, tobin smith, jonas max ferris along with jim la camp and steve murphy, welcome to everybody. jim, growing union clashes with job creators, growing concerns about jobs? >> absolutely. look, every time you make it harder for an employer to hire somebody they're going to hire less people. we're already seeing it in the jobs numbers. look, obamacare has already cost a tremendous amount of jobs and since the president was reelected and it became apparent that obamacare was coming back in, we've seen the layoffs accelerate and now the unions are trying to kick businesses at a time when businesses are hurting and at a time when they're uncertain about labor costs and this is going to take full-time jobs to part-time jobs, and it' going to mean the closing of plants, and factories and already met one right here, with the hostess twinky factory. >> tin that was 18,000 jobs, just forget about it, you look at the auto workers, the steel industry, airlines, you go down the list and unions fits for pensions and benefits, not just pay, have really taken down a lot of companies. >> well, they h
. and the gar b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, welcome to to everybody. gary k, the fiscal cliff is the grinch? >> unfortunately, it is, it's the most important time of the year, and the profits are mad and the problem is simple. uncertainty, uncertainty, uncertainty. nobody knows where they are and nobody knows how much money thr they're going to have to spend and the outcome is worse. higher taxes and less money in the economy and less money to buy. retail no good. but, susan, actually the national retail federation is saying we should see increase in holiday sales like 4%? >> that's right, brenda andnd i'm still staying optimistic, two really important numbers at that came out this week, the university of michigan consumer confidence survey shows that it's at the highest level since july of 2007 and additionally, the expectations for the next six months are also at the the highest level in five years, despite the uncertainty, consumers are feeling pretty good and the word out of washington today, is a lot of trying to work together. >> well, gary b, actually, i mn, do you know
. >> i'm brett jonas. i'm 15, and i'm the oldest in the jonas family. >> and on that farm, they have some goats. >> my name is colter jonas, and i am 13 years old. >> and from those goats, they all make soap. >> i'm emery jonas. i am the third oldest in my family, and i'm 12 right now. >> and there are five more, plus mom and dad. the entire family works to turn milk from goats into soap and other cleaning products. no wonder their company is called "goat milk stuff." >> i started making soap for the family just because i wanted healthy soap for their skin. and we just brought it to a craft fair, and then the response to it was tremendous. so that was really how the business began. >> it helps that mom has an engineering degree and dad is a former science teacher. >> pj's engineering background and my master's degree definitely has played a part in our success. >> another secret that helped the jonases become soap stars... [ goat bleats ] ...everyone has to pitch in. >> i have a rule around here. i call it my "youngest person rule." and that means that the youngest person capable of doing
the jonas brothers were going on at the houston livestock show and rodeo. the largest in the world. the fans were already screaming, but it had nothing to do with the singing siblings. >> my family and i were going to the rodeo that day. >> first they have the rodeo which is a lot of fun. then they have a major act. >> we went to the rodeo to watch the jonas brothers and demi l e lovat o rks. >> the parking lot was full of kids. >> i saw people running and thought they saw the jonas brothers. then they kept looking back. i had to take a second take like what was that. then i saw this big black bull running like wild. >> i just looked out my camera and started rolling. the next thing i know, this bull was coming up toward us. >> and the bull kept, you know, bucking back and forth and zigzagging. and people were jumping back. mothers with children were screaming and turning around and running and panicking. >> i just froze. with my older cousin, she started yelling at me to start running. then i finally snapped back to reality and started running with her. and i couldn't find my mom, so i was
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. >> can you repeat? >> jonas (inaudible) will be the acting secretary. >> item 3, the consideration and possible adoption of the board minutes for the meeting of october 17, 2012. >> so moved. >> we have a motion to approve the minutes. any public comment on the minutes? seeing none. call the roll please. >> on that motion from commissioner lazarus, to adopt the october 17th minutes. fung. >> aye. >> commissioner hurtado. >> aye. >> thank you, the vote is 3-0. minutes adopted. >> calling item 4-a, the board received a letter from mark gruberg, agent for the taxi members, and asking for the subject matter jurisdiction over 12-115 which authorizes the issuance of 150 to 200 temporary medallions for a limited amount of time. an appeal was submitted and rejected much we will begin with the requestor. mr. gruberg or your representative. you have three minutes. >> thank you, vice president fung. we seek on appeal a decision of the mta board to release 150 to 200 taxi medallions directly to taxi companies for three years. for taxi drivers been on a waiting list for 17 years. i want to reco
, who is tebow's lady? >> the girl he was with is an actress named camilla belle. she dated joe jonas and then they broke up. she's into the whole no [beep] thing. >> same with tebow who grew up in jacksonville and went to the university of florida which means he's probably just visiting friends and won't be traded at all. but no matter what team he's on, he'll still be not that good. because he's tim, tim tebow. >> we've got jillian michaels and she's with her baby. >> hi, how are you? >> i'm good. what's going on? >> look at lulu, so cute. >> adorable. >> we asked how she's juggles everything, a kid and being on the show. >> oh, my god! >> oh, my god, diana ross. >> you're bouncing so much. this is a unique season, you've got motherhood and you're dealing with teen contestants. >> true. >> are you asking me how i'm juggling it all? not well, not well. no. >> i don't know how she -- you know there are lesbian rumors. >> she's out. she's totally out. she was at, like, the kennedy center -- >> softball tournament. >> that, too. >> ok. bye, bye. >> coming up -- >> amy weber had taken so
it peaks out because we won't have the winner. >> brenda: and jonas. >> sales to turkey, people drinking and more fender benders, and sold by 3m. >> brenda: and jim bull or bear. >> i think he's drinking something, i don't agree. it's a boring pick. >> brenda: cavo on business. >> david: ready to go fiscal iff diving? apparently a lot of businesses and shoppers are already afraid of the fall. i'm charles payne in for neil cavuto. with the holiday shopping season underway a lot of consumers are saying no way. and more than half saying the uncertainty around the fiscal cliff will impact their spending and job creators are cutting back on spending and a bad deal for the economy? well, let's ask. ben stein, dagen mcdowell, charlie gasperino and gary k. want to start with you. bad deal for all of us? >> of course, look, business investment was already down last quarter over 1%, and the word uncertainty just pervades e air and its business, its consumer, how about philanthropic organizations don't no what kind of write-offs for charity and the worst the outcome is probably going to be
. >> i'm jeremy. >> i'm jona. >> i'm joel. >> reporter: in case you've lost count, they have 12 children. >> i remember seeing a thing, an ad for a store one time. it said the average family will go through 27 boxes of cereal in a year. i kind of laughed at that because we go through 50 boxes in a month. >> corn, mixed vegetables and mow take toes, fruits -- potatoes, fruits. >> reporter: their monthly grocery bill is $600. throw in a bill holiday meal and the budget can get tight. >> it's not necessarily that we wouldn't have a dinner if the uso didn't provide it but we would have to budget that in and we would have to probably cut in other areas to make sure that we had all the trimmings and everything like that. so for the uso to be able to take that burden of it off is a huge thing for us. >> reporter: staff sergeant leader has served one tour in iraq. he knows what it's like to be away from home for the holidays. he also knows duty can call again any time. >> i don't take for granted our holidays together because of all the troops that are out there, how many of these guys can't be
in dillon, south carolina, today a town of about 6,000 people. his grandfather jonas immigrated from eastern europe, landed at ellis island, and came here to start a drug store. >> our family came here in 1941. my grandfather, jonas bernanke, bought this building, made it into the jay bee drugs, after his initials. >> later, his father and uncle took over the store, which has since become a restaurant. we're sitting on this corner where your family's store was, and i see it's main street. >> yes. >> people feel like guys like you are tuned in to what happens on wall street and you forget places like this. >> you know, i come from main street. that's my background. and i've never been on wall street. and i care about wall street for one reason and one reason only, because what happens on wall street matters to main street, and if we don't have stabilization in the financial markets, if we don't take the steps necessary to make sure that credit is flowing again, then my father couldn't get a loan to build his new store. when i was young, we had just a screen porch over here on the left side. >
slide. jonas, if you could show that one. these are the infrastructure projects that are in our plan areas that were built or constructed this year. which i think is kind of a really nice way to end this presentation. i had the honor of touring a new child care center out on 3rd street which was part of the potrero launch development site in the eastern neighborhoods. that's 2y a picture of the building, but that was approved by the commission through an in kind agreement. it's currently serving children right now for a day care. so, that's kind of a fabulous piece for eastern neighborhoods, first child care center we were able to establish in one of our area plans. and the other pieces you'll see are duboce park, church, transit and streetscape improvements. those were not funded as development impact fees. that is an important part of the story. impact fees pay about 30%. so, we do have to rely on other public funding sources like federal, state, and local funding sources. and off in the bottom right corner a small green project which is new to the planning department. the cop inst
, i think, jonas, there is one on the rail there. if there is any other public comment, if you would like to come up. all right. nichiko yamada. >>> good afternoon, commissioners. my name is nichiko yamada and i live at 1959 sutter street adjacent to rooster tail restaurant. i grew up in the western addition jay town area and my parents owned
lovato has canceled the rest of her tour with the jonas brothers to enter a treatment facility. katie: demi comes clean about her battle with an eating disorder. and can a mother cause her daughter's anorexia? do you feel responsible at all? but now the epidemic is spreading fast, beyond just young girls. this is the new face of eating disorders. katie: you were basically dying. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] katie: today's show is about our bodies, how so many women both young and old are obsessed with our looks. we look at everything you thought you knew about eating disorders. you may think i'm too old to have an eating disorder but the truth is you're not. eating disorders are climbing significantly in women over 3406789 later we'll tell you why. when can be done to change the way we think about our bodies? we're starting with young -- one young star who set an example just by being honest. "x factor" demi lovato is truly a living example. but getting here wasn't easy. demi's career started when she was just 7 as a pal of a purple
-- is 49. and kevin jonas turns 25 today. >>> good morning and welcome back to 9news now coming up on 57:00. howard has lots to tell us about the weather so let's get right to it. >> reporter: yeah a nor'easter coming midweek. it will bring rain and wind and potentially a little bit of white stuff. if it gets cold enough, it is not set in stone, don't freak out yet, just want to tell you the possibility exists. here's your bus stop forecast on this monday morning. it is chilly with 0z and 40s in most spots. look at that sunrise at 6:40, it sets at 5:03 eastern standard time. our day planner, we should see a good deal of sun. brisk lunch hour 46. 3:00 it will be 4. by 6:00 p.m. we are back in the mid-40s and already dark. clouds this morning especially in central and northern sections. we have more breaks. with the breaks we have colder temperatures. like i told you stanley toward harrisonburg in the mid-20s, fairfax is 38. it is 3 in rockville and also in arlington with 40s in springfield. outside on our michael and son weather camera, cloudy skies, good visibility. looking southwest out
don't disagree with david or jonas with respect to the economic aspect. but what i am concerned about is that in this current environment, where the president was reected, forget about the economic aspect, but maybe this is a time ack by the white house, they do force unions to become unionized. >> eventually, the question becomes, that sounds appealing to have the benefits package. would you prefer that border the job. i think americans still want jobs. that is the most important thing. >> we see that a lot with these local states. in the unns they say we could hire for more rookie cops or pay a senior guy a big package. and we actually see this across the board. maybe this is the way that the private sector fights back. are you a little bit concerned? forget about numbercrunching. a lot of people out there dumb. by now from our country is based on something different. the notion of what is right and wrong. >> that is a luxury that you don't have it was right or wrong. a lot of these unions are calling for his bankrupting the company that they are hoping to get benefits for. >> you w
want to make sure i say that right. >>> and also, it's payback time. i teamed up with nick jonas and josh, well, josh, he got me back big time. >> we had to make sure it was right. and we were right. we're going to take a glimpse at how i got the revenge with the help of a couple fellows. andre agassi, jim courier. >> if you're going to do it, do it big, i guess. >> go big. go big and get payback, and we did. you were a great sport. >> thank you. >> mostly. for most of it. >>> by the way, we're counting down to thanksgiving. and who better than to get you ready for your thanksgiving than rachael ray. cider beef and mashed potatoes. just inches away from you and we can't touch it yet. >> almost, almost. >> oh -- >>> it's only the first half today. they do say revenge is a dish best served cold. and better yet, served by servers in madison square garden. you might remember, i got it, it was payback. thanks to help from andre and jim courier, we were able to plot my revenge. i can't say it, you got served. >> hard to turn -- >> how do you come out and do this? >> a few months ago i
. lara played a little prank on me, with the help of nick jonas. so, i thought i would play a little prank on her, with andre agassi and jim courier. a few months back, i got punk'd. and punk'd good by lara. and pop star, nick jonas. >> you just got punk'd. >> reporter: and now, it's about time for serious retribution. we're coming for you, spencer. the scene, madison square garden. the power share's tennis tournament. the bait. lara loves tennis. in fact, she's pretty good at it. my "gma" producers and i devised the perfect trap. she thinks she's here to interview andre agassi and jim courier. >> this is a dream come true. >> reporter: but these gentlemen of tennis are on my team today. and we have the entire place wired to capture it all. andre will be the good guy. but he's going to hit some tough shots that lara's not going to be able to handle. shockingly. jim, lara's partner, is going to go absolutely nuts. >> i'm ready to melt down. >> reporter: here we go. for a while, lara holds her own. >> that's teamwork at its finest, partner. >> reporter: she is getting cocky. >> chew on
, lara and nick jonas got me a few months back, i enlisted the help of jim courier and andre agassi to take lara on a thrill ride that she is thanking me for even today, because boy did she love it. by love it, i mean hate it. all of that and sally field today. >> judging from what happened to lara, terry and you are never going to punk you, >>> holidays may not be too happy a time for some on wall street this year. >> jane king joins us live from the new york stock exchange with that. >>> good morning. one in five workers on wall street will not get a bonus at all this year. according to options group executive search company that vices banks on pay. -- that advises banks on pay. i have a lower -- [ inaudible ] bloomberg index is down a half a percent. apple taking a page out of google's book becoming more employee-friendly unnew -- [ unintelligible ] >>> you might say we have diverse weather conditions this week. >>> we've had a lot of interesting weather the last week and a half. now beautiful sunrise coming up from mount tamalpais this morning as we look across tiburon, belveder
month, particularly 170,000 jobs, is not going to change fed policy. stan jonas, a friend of mine who's an independent trader, did some back of the napkin math. at 170 jobs per month t will take like the end of 2014 to get the unemployment rate down to 7%. then the fed starts to unwind, rather than middle 2015. that's some of the chatter going on. i don't think it's that meaningful. i don't think a 100-point drop in the dow is all that meaningful given we're approaching the election and have a nor'easter coming to new york. >> i just want to add to what ron said. the fed has spoken. it's been clear about what it's going to do and how long it's going to do it for. i think the market's pretty well attuned to how any changes in jobs will change the fed outlook. these numbers do not change the fed outlook. >> ed, you have to make money in this environment. what do you do? is this a buying opportunity? >> not particularly. you have to look at the technical indicators and see where we're going see a breakdown. i would be putting no money to work right new. because of this election, if we se
therapy or conversion therapy at jona, a new jersey-based organization, that offers this. and there were three others. two were 17 when they started. their parents joined or at least their moms joined this lawsuit, wanting their money back and wanting damages for the damage that they say psychologically, mental damage they say that happened here. they say that this therapy caused them depression, an excite, self-destructive behavior that has taken years, it's been four years since any -- since these plaintiffs have been involved in this. and now they say generally they're doing fine, but it's cost them a lot of money. one guy lost a year of work and wants that money back. >> so as i understand it, this lawsuit is suggesting that this is fraud, this entire therapy is fraudulent and intentional, i assume, if they're calling it fraud. what -- what's the defense here? are there witnesses they can bring forward to say we went through this therapy and it worked for us? >> well, the center that is being sued and counselors on, their web site they have testimonials from some people who say that
in jacksonville, florida, bowling. but is she, who used to date joe jonas, the bell of tebow's ball? come on, give me one. in september, the q.b. told "vogue," it's about finding a girl who likes me for me. camilla belle became the most-searched phrase on google overnight. a lot of women want to know who is this girl that has maybe stolen tebow's heart. >> the man moves the needle. >> the man moves the needle. but he needs to move the ball. sam, you and i were talking about that. >> what's the espn sting? what's the musical sting? we need it for lara. >> thank you. >>> also in "pop news." like george clooney, brat pitt. robert pattinson is taking on the role of pitchman. george sells espresso. i don't like espresso and i'm chugging it every time i see the commercial. >> what does brad do? i can't remember. >> can you do brad? >> no. your eyes. chanel no. 5. now, pattinson will be the new face of christian dior's fragrances. hopefully his commercial will be a little better. the deal is said to be for multiple ad campaigns and worth about $12 million. >> i can't wait to see this. >> me, too. >> cann
. but is she, who used to date joe jonas. camilla bell became the most-searched phrase on google overnight. a lot of people want to know who is this girl that has maybe stolen tebow's heart. >> the man moves the needle. >> the man moves the needle. but he needs to move the ball. sam, you and i were talking about that. >> what's the espn sting? we need it for lara. >> thank you. >>> also in "pop news." george clooney, brat pitt. robert pattinson is taking on the role of pitchman. selling espresso. >> what does brad do? i can't remember. >> can you do brad? >> no. chanel no. 5. now, pattinson will be the face of christian dior's fragrances. the deal is said to be for multiple ad campaigns and worth about $12 million. >> i can't wait to see this. >> me, too. >> cannot wait. >>> some celebs went -- we have so much to talk about, sam. >> i know. >> between the quarterback situation on the jets. and halloween, sam. if only people could have seen the costume you were going to wear. it wasn't appropriate. >> i love how much sam is enjoying "pop news" today. >> sam is -- >> been in lower manhattan.
and former prosecutor jona. thanks for speaking around. this judge sentenced this 17-year-old to 10 years mandatory church attendance as opposed to any sort of jail. what did you think of that? >> as a mom. as, you know, i'm very -- i think it's a creative judgment. i like the judgment. it will give the kid 10 years. both sides agree to it. give the kids 10 years church and maybe rehabilitate himself. i like the idea of it but let's talk about the -- >> what did you think at first blush. >> i like it, too. it's very creative. this kid doesn't deserve to be thrown in prison and throw away the key that's why the judge came to have. this the aclu doesn't like it. it's interesting to remind the viewers that the victim's family thought that this would be okay. it was run by them. they stay violates church and state. >> here is a judge coming in and saying you must go to church why love the idea but that is a violation of the first amendment. >> lis is probably right. the key here is the families all agreed. if the victim and the defendant didn't agree then this wouldn't be happening. >> give t
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